A neckerchief is a square cloth worn around the neck that ties in the front. The neckerchief is most commonly associated with scouts, sailors and cowboys but has made its way into everyday fashion. Roll your neckerchief properly with these easy steps.Know More
Fold the neckerchief diagonally to form a triangle with the seams facing the inside. Place the folded neckerchief so that the point of the triangle is facing towards you.
Hold the neckerchief taut, and place two fingers from the left hand across the corner with your thumb below. Fold the neckerchief up and over fingers to the left.
Next, place two fingers from the right hand across the corner with your thumb below. And fold the neckerchief up and over fingers to the right.
Once step two has been repeated, the neckerchief should start to form into a roll.
Roll the neckerchief towards the center until it is a complete roll.
After the roll is complete, place the neckerchief around your neck. Leave it about four fingers longer on the left.
Cross the longer side of the neckerchief over the shorter side to form a "V" shape.
Take the longer end of the V and cross it back up, over and down on the left side of the neckerchief.
Cross the long end over the short to form a loop.
Finally, once the loop has been formed, bring the longer end through the loop to form a knot. The shape of the knot should look like an upside down "V" with the ends being the same length.
New ties can be purchased at Men's Wearhouse, The Tie Bar and Brooks Brothers, as of March 2015. The Tie Bar is an online merchant, while Men's Wearhouse and Brooks Brothers sell products online and in-stores. Men's Wearhouse allows a customer to purchase a tie online for in-store pickup.Full Answer >
To tie a sailor neckerchief, fold the fabric diagonally, start rolling from the bottom point, and continue rolling until the whole scarf is rolled. Drape the neckerchief around the neck, tie a square knot, and adjust the knot so that the ends are even.Full Answer >
Boy and Cub Scout neckerchiefs are optional, and troops decide by vote whether to wear them. All members must abide by the decision once it has been made. The only thing you need to tie a neckerchief is the neckerchief itself. A serious of specific folds must be followed to create a tight rectangular shape that is then held in place with a neckerchief slide.Full Answer >
Tie a scarf by folding it in half, looping it around your neck, threading one end through the loop, twisting the loop and threading the other end through the loop. This takes only a few minutes and adds an elegant look to your outfit.Full Answer >